ove to play with light. And I tend to be on the right side of the histogram - the bright side that is. Where pixels blink in joy. Which means that I usually disregard the factor that shadow shapes the form - an object, face or body. But I couldn't care less. In particular when I am shooting women. Shadow is supposed to make something interesting. Sure thing. But then again, as Tonino Delli Colli once said: "How can you dare to hide something so wonderful in the shadows?"Read More
Strobes. Grew up with them. Metz CT 45. Once the gold standard for the pressmen. Reliable and powerful. Now long forgotten. But since then I can't live without strobes. It's a habit. An addiction. Fortunately, its an addiction that you can switch off at any time.
Sometimes you need to work fast. Like in fast as lightning. And it's not your individual skills you need to rely on when shooting under pressure – it’s the model in front of your camera that will save the day. So, concentrate on your subject, pump up the volume and let's have a quick dance